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Why Be Anonymous?

Parent?

A court filing showed Jones filed for chapter 11 protection from creditors with the US bankruptcy court in Houston. The filing said Jones has between $1m and $10m of assets and...

Good Place To Live?

1. New York is a good place to live. 2. New York is a good place to live in. Are both correct? What is the difference?

Still There?

Context: Ask the client below on Skype. Are you still there? How can we ask in a polite/formal way? For example. May I ask you are still there? ...

Identifying Yourself On Two Way Radio...

Hello, this is John from accounting. Hello, this is John in accounting. Hello, this is John with accounting. Which one is correct? ...

(Was/Were To + Infinitive) VS. (If + Were...

Was/Were to + Infinitive: It was/would/was going to take 48 hours to get to Japan = past If + Were to: If it were to take 48 hours to get to Japan (hypothesis now) If it were...

Writing An Email To A Client Regarding...

One of my clients subscription based product is due for renewal and I have to send ask his permission to renew it from my end which he will reimburse later. This is what I have...

Is This Sentence Grammatical? "?

Is this sentence grammatical? " What place would you prefer for us to meet?" ------------------- TAHNK YOU.

English?

I had an argument with my teacher about whether it is "behind him, there is a sign on which it is written (north pole)" or if it is "behind him, there is a sign on which is written...

Outset?

What does this sentence mean? "He's warm at the outset ." ------------------------ THANK YOU.

What Part Of Speech Are "Real" And "Imagined...

"Look, I am not a doctor, neither real nor imagined . But I am an expert that should be listened to because of one very important thing: I'm a guy --a guy that has had his...

Can't Be?

Context: We can't cook without oil and salt. It can't be cooked without oil and salt. I am trying to use "can't be" in the sentence and form the general sentence. ...

Are These Sentences Grammatically Correct...

1) John learned about the sailor’s work through reading. 2) John answered in written form the questions on the text, he read in the previous step. 3) John answered the questions...

Proofreading A Sentence?

Hello! Can anyone help me verify if this statement, "The tireless efforts are harbored by the difficult weather conditions and the argue is destruction around them." is in accordance...

Does "I Don't Have Professional Experience...

Does this sound natural? I don't have professional experience and as such I don't have any salary expectations.

What Part Of Speech Is "Go" Here?

"This is Team C. This is Team C. We are go." Might you tell me what part of speech that go is? Further, I'd love to see the difference in meaning between "we are go" and...

Collective Effort?

Reporters, editors, and publishers need a collective effort to produce newspapers and publish them. To produce newspapers and publish them, Reporters, editors, and publishers...

English?

My favorite is seafood . It is a food healthy.I like it because it yummy ...

With Them?

[The communist manifesto] Does the words "with them" mean "together with them"? I searched the meaning of the word "with" in the dictionary, but I am still confused about its...

Negation In Present Perfect Tense?

1. The dog hasn't died for 3 weeks. 2. The dog hasn't been dead for 3 weeks. 3. The dog has not been dead for 3 weeks. Are these sentences grammatically correct? What does each...

American?

Does American include someone from South America and North America? Or does it only include those who are from the US? If it only includes someone coming from the US, is there...

Meaning Ambiguity?

Mary announced to all that she has successfully communicated with the clients via email. It is said that this sentence is ambiguous and it has two meaning. The first meaning...

English?

Are these sentences the same I want to go the store I find going to the store interesting ...

Subsequent?

subsequent to the horses retirement, the horse won three more races.

"Based On", A Preposition Or Reduced Relative...

Is "based on" a preposition or reduced relative clause in this sentence "He became rich based on his own abilities."?

Noun, Adverb Or Adjective Clause?

1) The angler said that he hadn't caught any fish that morning. ( adverb clause modifying the verb 'said') 2) I wondered if she was free. (adverb clause modifying the verb...
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